Priscilla Jimenez

Student Recognized for Outstanding Service by the College of Engineering & Applied Science

Dec. 10, 2019

Environmental engineering student Priscilla Jimenez was named the fall 2019 Outstanding Graduate for Service by the College of Engineering & Applied Science!

Mike Gooseff

Warming at the poles will have global consequences

Dec. 5, 2019

With 2019 on pace as one of the warmest years on record, a major new study from an international team of researchers reveals how rapidly the Arctic is warming and examines global consequences of continued polar warming.

Professor Joseph Kasprzyk and family

Professor Kasprzyk honored with Penn State Schreyer Honors College Outstanding Alumni Award

Nov. 22, 2019

Professor Joseph Kasprzyk was honored with a Schreyer Honors College Outstanding Scholar Alumni Award at the College’s Fall Awards Ceremony on Nov. 1.

DBIA Team 2019

Professor Receives Design-Build Recognition

Nov. 21, 2019

Professor Keith Molenaar was one of four industry leaders chosen for the 2019 class of fellows by the Design-Build Institute of America. Designated Design-Build Professional Fellow status is the highest level of DBIA certification and acknowledges the achievements of the nation’s most accomplished design-build professionals.

John Crimaldi

Professor Honored for Contributions to Aquatic Sciences

Nov. 20, 2019

Professor John Crimaldi was recently elected to the 2019 class fellows of the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO)!

Mauritz Mortenson

Remembering Mort Mortenson, a dedicated CU Engineering alumnus

Nov. 19, 2019

Mauritz “Mort” Mortenson endowed the Mortenson Center for Global Engineering. Mauritz “Mort” Mortenson (CivEngr’58), who passed away Nov. 9 at his home in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at age 82, leaves behind a deep personal and professional legacy.

Professor Joseph Ryan

"When you turn on your tap, you want to be able to trust the water you drink."

Nov. 19, 2019

Watch the 9News interview of EVEN professor Joseph Ryan, regarding his research and PhD student Holly Miller’s findings of arsenic presence in unregulated and privately owned wells in Colorado.

Linden and Randall

Engineering a world of safer water

Nov. 14, 2019

No matter where you are in the world, Professor Karl Linden wants you to be able to turn on a tap and receive clean drinking water. It’s a basic, but vital, necessity that’s still missing from large swathes of the U.S. and low- and middle-income countries.

Dorothy Noble

A Noble Cause: Keeping Our Labs Safe

Nov. 4, 2019

Lab manager Dorothy Noble received the Challenge Coin Award from CU Boulder’s Department of Environmental Health and Safety, in recognition for her attention to safety, regulations and personal protective equipment (PPE) in all environmental engineering labs, while also being exceptional at day-to-day lab operations.

Holly Miller

Partnership puts valuable water quality information from Western Slope online

Nov. 1, 2019

Results from a new voluntary survey of private drinking water quality on the Western Slope through a partnership between CU Boulder, Delta County and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are available online now.

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